328 Graphene and Carbon Nanotubes: Separations, Materials, and Applications I

Tuesday, November 18, 2014: 12:30 PM
International 5 (Marriott Marquis Atlanta)
This session will feature technology that exploits the novel electronic, electro-mechanical, optical, and structural properties of carbon nanotubes, graphene and related materials for the solution of engineering problems, with a particular focus on separations applications as well as novel materials and devices.

Carbon Nanomaterials

Juan G. Duque
Email: jduque@lanl.gov

Jeffrey A. Fagan
Email: jeffrey.fagan@nist.gov

12:30 PM
(328a) A Model for Nanoscale Friction on Few Layer Graphene
Sesha Hari Vemuri, Pil Seung Chung, Myung S. Jhon and Robert Smith

12:50 PM
(328b) Crumpling and Unfolding Behavior of Spray Dried Pristine Graphene Sheets
Micah Green, Dorsa Parviz, Sriya Das and Fahmida Irin

1:10 PM
(328c) Quantitative Theory of Adsorptive Separation for the Electronic Sorting of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes
Rishabh Jain, Kevin Tvrdy, Rebecca Han, Zachary Ulissi and Michael S. Strano

1:30 PM

1:50 PM

2:30 PM
(328g) Separation Mechanism of Carbon Nanotubes Via Aqueous Two-Phase Method: Towards Simple Isolation
Juan G. Duque, Navaneetha Subbaiyan, Sofie Cambre, Erik Haroz, Stephen Doorn and Nicholas Parra-Vasquez
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